This was inevitable. We can’t go through trauma and not expect to have to deal with stress. Through trauma and stress, comes illness if we let it. It doesn’t matter what we deal with, it’s important to continue to put some positive thoughts out in the hope that something turns itself around.Read on »
My negative feelings tend to come back when I do something that serves as a gentle reminder on what I deal with. Six minutes of exercise is all it took. I’ll work on staying stronger.
I know I am lucky because my Cerebral Palsy is mild, but I know that life for me has been a struggle and that can make me feel negative, angry and frustrated. I’ve had to live my life with no support …Read on »
Sleep is such a common problem. We think that if there’s nothing on our mind, we will sleep, but sleep issues stem deeper than that. Sometimes our unconscious can be the very reason we don’t sleep.
We need to limit the amount we drink near bedtime, particularly drinks containing caffeine. Herbal drinks like chamomile, lemon balm, hops or passion flower are great alternatives. Alcohol although it …Read on »
I’m back on the site today.Read on »
Taking a day off the site today. I need to rest. No thoughts, just a chilled day. I will be back on the site tomorrow.Read on »
Having Cerebral Palsy means we’re more susceptible to Irritable Bowel Syndrome. There isn’t a test for IBS, but if we have around four or five of the symptoms, we probably have it.
IBS needs to be managed better around our diets. By eating the right foods we automatically cut down some of the symptoms. Because certain foods are known to trigger the symptoms of IBS, caution …Read on »
Irritable Bowel Syndrome, known as IBS, is a disorder between the gastrointestinal tract and the brain, but there may also be problems with the immune system and the gut flora.
It is not known what causes IBS, but it is common for people with IBS to have gastroesophageal reflux that relates to the genitourinary system. There is a little bit of information out there that suggests …Read on »
I am sad today. I slow down when brain fatigue sets in, just trying to function normally. I have never really known this before. As a child none of this was evident, I had never heard of brain fatigue, let alone have it.
My family and I went to Salts Mill in Saltaire in the morning and then drove to Bolton Abbey in the afternoon and had lunch at a brasserie nearby. I managed about a twenty-minute walk around …Read on »
Whatever you were thinking of doing, do it. Even if it’s tackling something you didn’t want to, have a go. Feeling out of it, a little bit down, try to make the effort.
Perhaps try doing something active like go for a brisk walk, go and see an old friend so that you’re out the house, do some ironing, or start something new that you’ve put off that you’ve been meaning …Read on »
The CP Diary is a site for like minded individuals, willing to share advice and experience that benefit others and it needs your help. I need your help.
I know from all the feedback I have received to date from friends who respond to the site, find the site helpful, but this can …Read on »